This is not a discussion as to whether the data is flawed or not, or whether we are comparing apples to oranges or not (the way statistics are gathered in different countries). These are of course fundamental questions, but here I will only use data (provided by Google) that everyone seem to more or less agree with, and I am not questioning it here. The discussion is about why some of that data…
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